by: Tom Jones Updated:
JONESBORO, Ga. - A man is behind
bars, accused of pointing a gun at 14-year-old boy as the boy walked to his bus stop.
Evans' past criminal history is why the judge couldn't give him a bond.
"Our records show you are presently on probation," Clayton County Magistrate Court Judge Richard Brown told Evans during his first appearance hearing.
Clayton County police said as a mother watched her son head to the school bus from her
The mother said that's when she saw Evans pointing a gun at her son as he ran away. She said she came outside and confronted
The mother called 911. Police said when they arrived, Evans refused to come out of his apartment and cursed officers, telling them to leave
Officers said Evans eventually came out and said he had done nothing wrong.
Police said once they got inside
Police said when they booked Evans at the jail, they found a
Neighbors said there is always some kind of ruckus at Evans' apartment.
Channel 2's Tom Jones called the boy's mother for a comment but was unable to reach her.
Police said there was a shooting at Evans' apartment a week ago. Officers said they couldn't locate a victim but noticed Evans is now wearing a black brace and has a fresh wound on his ankle.